Neurotoxins & Dermal Fillers Foundations I: Introductory Technique

Neurotoxins (pharmacology, dosing, contraindications, precautions, current FDA approved types) and Dermal Fillers (types, scientific composition, appropriate use of each type, and the amount needed for optimal correction).

Addressing anatomy, physiology, pathophysiology, facial assessment, patient consult, and understanding the aging face.

Ideal Participant: This course is designed for first-time injectors or for those who have not yet injected more than 30 patients.

Fees: Contact us regarding our fees at

Sample Program Agenda

8:00 am – 11:00 am Didactic
11:00 am – 11:30 am Lunch
11:30 am – 3:45 pm Live Hands-On Injection
3:45 pm – 4:00 pm Q&A

Topics Covered:

After completion of the course the participant will be able to safely inject:


  • Glabellar Complex (11 lines)
  • Crow’s Feet
  • Frontalis (Forehead Lines)
  • Nasalis (Bunny Lines)

Dermal Fillers:

  • Naso-labial Folds (Smile Lines)
  • Marionette (Puppet Lines)
  • Oral Commissures
  • Peri-oral Ryhtids (Wrinkles)
  • Acne Scars


What to Bring:

  • Topical Anesthetic Cream/Gel
  • A Camera
  • Product: Dermal Filler and Neuromodulator. Only U.S. manufactured products are permitted for injection during our courses. If you need to establish an account to purchase products with the manufacturers, the numbers are listed below.

Allergan – (800) 433-8871 (BOTOX, Juvederm)
Galderma – (844) GAL-DERM (Dysport, Restylane)
Merz – (262) 835-3333 (Xeomin, Radiesse, Belotero)
Prollenium – (866) 353-3015 (Versa)

  • One model who would be an ideal candidate for the information presented during this course

What is Provided:

  • Breakfast – Let us know if you have any dietary restrictions
  • Lunch – Let us know if you have any dietary restrictions
  • All Medical Supplies: Gloves, Gauze, Alcohol Wipes, Chlorhexadine Wipes, Needles, Syringes, Sharps Containers, Marking Pencils, and Bacteriostatic NSS for Neuromodulator Reconstitution
  • Medical history form, treatment documentation forms, and post-treatment instructions

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